Yes regularly. Use Easytide for Mupe Bay and avoid trying to launch or recover with anything less than 1m above chart datum shown on the tide curve. Can be a bit hairy getting in and out on the odd time that Kimmeridge reef is 'working' - normally needs a long period moderate southwesterly ground swell or strong south westerly wind blowing for a prolonged period (2nd of which you wouldn't want to be launching anyway). Fee to launch and park has now increased to £20 per day I believe (payable at top of toll road). Jet ski's are banned which is a massive bonus, but in summer time the place gets plagued by kayakers who cant seem to understand the no parking signs around the actual slipway and clog the place up so you can't get anywhere. The concrete slip is relatively steep and can get slimy at lower tides (see note above) so if only 2wd car maybe a heavy rope may be handy for these occasions. Gate to toll road is open very early, but gate down to slip itself is often locked until 7am and locked again at dusk. (Annoying if you get down there very early to catch a tide or slack water and cant launch!) There is a small step at the bottom of the concrete slip onto gravel and rock seabed, there is a prominent reef about 10m out from the end of the slip that most people hit 1st time - watch others or visit at low water to inspect. Several shallow reefs and ledges within the bay - follow 5 knot speed limit and small channel marker buoys if they are present. Beware snorkelling trail in bay and beware divers and snorkellers. Otherwise very nice spot.